Thursday, April 16, 2015

Grant Park in the fog

It's not uncommon to get fog in Milwaukee, especially close to the lake. But it's rare that it sticks around for more than a couple hours in the morning. I actually only have one other set of fog photos, which I took last summer. Today I'm sharing a new perspective of the frequently featured Grant Park from a particularly foggy day last week. Spring in Milwaukee at its best. Enjoy.

I know that it looks like I blew out the falls when I took this picture, but that's how they look right now. The water level is high and the current is really moving.

A few fisherman at the end of the pier.

On my way out of the park, I had to get a few shots of the trees in the fog. The scene is naturally almost black and white. I did very little editing to these two tree shots.

Do you get a lot of fog in your area?


  1. All in all, through the fog and under the overcast sky, a beautiful day to be out and about gathering it all.

  2. Love the first shot of the falls! Fog can be so beautiful :)

  3. 3rd photo from the bottom - talk about mood. You do have a knack for capturing water...having so many photographer friends, I've come to the conclusion that, no matter how talented an eye a photographer has, there is one thing that they seem to 'see' best (better?). You and water will always be a winner.

  4. BEAUTIFUL! They have an almost ethereal quality. Lovely work!

  5. Love how mysterious the beach looks in the second photo!

  6. I love the 3rd photo from the bottom too! Awesome! Love this winter fog!!


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